Footprints International School is accredited with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The essence of WASC is to be on a continuous path of improvement by rigorously and thoroughly evaluating the school, setting new goals, working towards those goals and then re-evaluating progress. In addition, Footprints is authorised to offer the Cambridge curriculum (CIE) and exams, culminating in internationally recognised degrees. We also offer a course of study in the Khmer language for Cambodian students to earn their national diploma from the Ministry of Education, youth and sports.
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Welcome to Footprints
Footprints International School is dedicated to raising the quality of education in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Established in 2007, our school has expanded exponentially, with over 1000 students and a diverse range of teaching professionals from across the globe. Footprints offers classes from nursery to Grade 12 at our two main campuses in Toul Tom Poung and Toul Kork, with our graduating students going on to study in universities all around the world.
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What are the demographics of the student body at Footprints?
FIS students are 93% Cambodian. The other 7% of the student body comes from the Philippines, Korea, Vietnam, Pakistan, America, Indian, Australia, Chinese, Indonesia, South African and the UK. We have an even gender mix of female (49.8%) and male students (50.2%).
What time does my child need to be at school?
The Secondary Campus starts promptly at 8:00 am. All other campuses start promptly at 7:45 am. We have a babysitter on the gate at 7:00 am. We encourage you to drop your child before the start time. We monitor absences and tardinesses and record them on the report card, as they have an impact on learning.